Raynbow Signs is a custom graphic and sign crafting company whose services include consultation, design and installation. Included in their clients are many local businesses and organizations.
Built in 1902: Original home of James F. Wilson.
The Wesley Bates Gallery is owned and operated by Wesley Bates, a renowned artist and wood engraver. The gallery is located in downtown Clifford and it features paintings, prints and other creative imaginings.
The Palmerston Agricultural Society Park is located off of Yonge and Albert Street on the edge of Palmerston. It includes four soccer pitchs, two baseball diamonds, a playground and a pavilion. It is adjacent to the Palmerston and District Community Centre.
Built in 1901: Original home of William Pye.
Since 2003, blacksmith Mike Shannon has been making custom knives, swords, candelabras and other decorative metal work under the business moniker of Bevelled Edge. His forge is located in Drew.
Built in 1874: Original home of Richard Pennington.
A telecommunications company centered in Clifford, Wightman Telecom is a family business over 100 years old, providing internet, phone and television service to area residents.
Built in 1890: Original home of John Howes.
Built in 1874: Original home of Duncan McDougall.
Newly constructed in 2006, the Clifford branch of the Wellington County Library features an expanded library area as well as a separate medical clinic.
C & M Seeds is a seed company located outside of Palmerston; it was founded in 1978. They sell various types of wheat seeds, as well as strains of soybean, barley, oats and mixed grains.
Palmerston Grain is a large scale grain elevator based outside of Palmerston.
Built in 1874: Original home of William Simmons.
Built in 1869: Original home of John Manning.
Built in 1879: Original home of John Ivel.
The CNRA Clubhouse is located on Main Street, Palmerston. It features a lawn bowling pitch in its backyard.
Built in 1864: Original owner was Alexander Meiklejohn.
The Harriston Library is a renovated Carnegie building retaining much of its beautiful, original architecture. Besides the main floor library, the basement contains a full kitchen, meeting room and stage. The upper floor holds both the Minto Heritage Gallery and a Harriston Historical Society collection.
Built in 1862: Original owner was Alexander McCready.
The renovated Harriston Train Station serves as a seniors' centre and the location of the Harriston Farmers' Market. It is located on Arthur Street in Harriston.
Built in 1873: Original home of Sylvester Teeple.
Built in 1878: Original home of Philip Ritter.
Built in 1908: Original home of James F. Hinde.
Clifford's Public Cemetery is located just north of Clifford, at the intersection of Highway 9 and Grey Road 10.